Cyrille, a gay young farmer from Auvergne, has only one friend, who also happens to be homosexual like him. One day, he goes to a beach in Charente Maritime for a holiday. It's the first time he sees the sea, and he can't swim. That's when he meets Rodolphe Marconi. The director (Lagerfeld Confidentiel, Défense d'aimer) decides to film this sensitive and gentle portrait of him, introducing us to a crisis-ridden farming world and to a solitary, hard-working life that is rarely awarded any recognition. In this film, the farmer does not want a wife, but you'll definitely fall in love with Cyrille, and his fields, and might even learn to appreciate his cows.
In Presence of the director.